The flower seeds I wrote about last time didn’t all pan out, another story for another day.
Here’s some pictures of those that did. Old faithfuls from last years garden first:
The knock-out rose
Not a knock-out, not sure what yet.
The gorgeous, overgrown yellow iris
Peach daylilies, will bloom anytime now — so tall!
Hydrangea bush, a lone pink flower last year so pretty young plant
Rose of sharon, much bigger than last year
Phlox, a couple types. This will need its own post later — I was obsessed with phlox this time last year.
Coneflowers waiting to bloom, couple months to go
Another clematis, with overgrown honeysuckle competing for space
A lone asiatic lily
Stella d’oro daylily in the corner
Shasta daisies, also a few months to go
And now, the new additions planted this year.
Canna lilies, also seen in above picture
Gladiolus, awaiting clusters of pink blossoms
Hollyhocks, still babies.
Violas, bewitching colors.
Fuchsia, this plant is magical. Hope I can over-winter it safely.
Nasturtium, does not look happy on my deck.
Cosmos, super late start but I love the wispy leaves on this one. No pic yet!
Coreopsis, a recent transplant to the garden
And finally, the very common and the very beautiful petunia.